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Jul 10, 2011 9:00am PDT
books who says he's got a 25 year record of being right about predictions. jon swartz and ben par are here. six books, three ipad or iphone apps, and something else. a newsletter and a website. >> yeah, exactly. six companies over the years and a variety of fields. actually more than three apps. there's a number of them that you can't get in the store, you can't find anywhere. and they're international and doing great. >> so you're work much harder than the rest of us. i used the eli lilly example of skipping the problem. that's interesting advice. give me another. >> understand whatever problem you've got, no matter what it is, that's pot it. you're smart. you would have solved it by now. you're working on the wrong one. for example, people will say i can't save money. i'm trying hard, i just can't save money. wrong problem. it's how you spend problem. change how you spend money and you'll save money by default. when i launched my first apps, i was told how are you going to be found in the apple store. and i decided to skip it, don't be found in the apple store, make every app th
Jul 17, 2011 9:00am PDT
, maggie shiels and jon swartz this week on "press:here." >> good evening, i'm scott mcgrew. every laboratory in the world, i am sure, has the periodic table of elements hanging on the wall. they certainly do at lawrence berkeley national laboratories. in fact, if you look very closely at that table, you'll find elements like berklium, californiaium and nobelium. scientists at lawrence berkeley lab have discovered more than a dozen elements, including plutonium. 11 of those scientists have won the nobel prize. from just one building on the university of california campus at berkeley called the radiation laboratory, or rad lab, the laboratory has expanded to a staff of more than 4,000. many of the things you know, you know from their research, from the comet that destroyed the dinosaurs to good and bad cholesterol to the mysterious existence of dark energy that makes up most of our universe. all of those ideas started at lawrence berkeley. paul alivisatos is the director of lawrence berkeley national laboratory. he replaced the outgoing director, steven chu, who became the secretary
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